@ZackTeibloom It’s a bit cocky to name your comedy album Good One, but cocky isn’t really Tig’s style. The “Good One” robot is just a character from Tig’s impressive arsenal. She doesn’t tweet, she’s not in your face and she’s pretty low-key, but she’ll surprise you. You probably know Tig best from her role as a cop on “The Sarah Silverman Program,” and you’ll get a brief taste of Sarah if you listen to the album, as she intros Tig. It’s obvious why Silverman is such a champion of Tig. Whether she’s doing an impression of a clown horn, or even an impression of an impression (below), she’s got a unique soothing voice that swallows you up with its monotony, but reels you in for her punchlines. Her extremely long, no-way-did-that-actually-happen Taylor Dayne story and self-defense against sharks stories are painfully awkward and repetitive, but really deliver. Make sure you get out to see her Monday night.
It’s sure to be a: Good one.